The living room is one of the most frequented rooms in the home, next to the kitchen and bathroom. Many living rooms are in front of the home on the first floor, so they are one of the first rooms people see when entering a home. People tend to invest a lot of decorating energy in making this room attractive and inviting. There are many living room designs to choose from for virtually any home decorating style.
One of the main factors affecting the looks of a room is its walls. The colors and texture used in walls make a whole lot of difference to the room. For example, if your living area is small in size, it can be made to look larger visually by application of ‘cool‘ colors like greens and blues of a lighter shade. They actually have the ability to make your ceiling look larger in height too. But if you really want dark colors, you can get a single wall painted to a related matching dark color to give the room an element of interest.
Creating Feng Shui is not rocket science nor is it some complicated design premise. The basic idea behind it when it comes to decorating a living room is flow. Feng Shui is all about clear, refreshing, relaxing flow of chi. This is accomplished in a number of ways, and sometimes is more about what you do not do than what you do. Here are some tips on how to make your primary living space flow. Many people make mistakes when it comes to seating where Feng Shui is concerned. Seating should never be set up with the back towards the door. When someone walks in to a primary space, they will immediately notice that seats are facing them in some manner. Angles are okay as long as there is a clear line of vision to the room entrance.
Living rooms of houses are very important areas since the family members tend to spend quite a lot of time over there. This is an area where family members meet for recreation, watching TV, entertaining guests, etc and so it is very important that the living area should be a bright and cheery place which will bring about happiness in the minds of all concerned.
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